With new installments of Star Wars , Jurassic World , and the Avengers headed our way this summer, movie fans have plenty to cheer about. The same goes for toy lovers, who can look forward to action figures, play sets, board games, and other playthings based on 2018’s biggest blockbusters and hottest television shows. Yahoo Entertainment spent the past weekend at New York City’s annual festival for toys, Toy Fair, where we got to see both the new and retro movie- and TV-related toys that everyone will be talking about this year. Scroll through the gallery and start getting your holiday wish lists ready now.
See who was voted Best Comeback, Biggest Disappointment, Best Death Scene, and Saddest Breakup as well.
‘Tis the season to trim your Christmas tree, and what better way to personalize it than with your favorite movies, TV shows, music, and other pop culture favorites? The Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Stormborn, can fly alongside the King of the Seas, Aquaman. Pair up a dancing Baby Groot with the TARDIS from Doctor Who (maybe he can time travel his way into growing bigger), and see how well the Friends get along with Luke, Leia, Yoda, and the Star Wars gang. Christmas is a time to bring everyone together, right?
From Pennywise to Leatherface, these monsters terrified us onscreen, but what do they look like beneath the masks? Here are a few of the surprising faces behind your worst nightmares.
The filmmaker explains which part of the Stephen King novel inspired the terrifying movie monster.
Director Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti came to Yahoo’s Los Angeles studios for a Facebook Live this week and dropped some information about the upcoming sequel they are currently developing with the first chapter’s co-screenwriter, Gary Dauberman. “We still have Chapter 2 that Andy and Gary are working on,” Barbara Muschietti told us. “We have an outline that we all like,” shared Andy Muschietti.
'It' director Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti tell Yahoo Movies in Facebook Live chat they can restore "probably 15 minutes" for home video
Turns out that long before scaring record audiences, Bill Skarsgård was scaring his little brother with that smile.
If you thought that only comic book giants like Marvel and DC built shared universes for their galaxy of heroes, think again. Over the course of his multi-decade career as America’s Favorite Boogeyman, author Stephen King has carefully constructed one of the most elaborate fictional universes around. How elaborate? Let’s just say that it takes an entire flowchart to understand it all.